Relus Hardware Overview
Relus Technologies provides organizations with remarkable savings on pre-owned and new surplus data center hardware from the leading manufacturers. Additionally, our maintenance program can extend the life of your existing hardware while avoiding premium OEM pricing. Relus also helps customers innovate through new solutions in data storage, data protection, and hyper-convergence.
Pre-Owned & New Surplus
- Cost-effective (40-80% savings)
- Little to no lead time
- EOL (End of Life) products available
- Warranty included
- Maintenance options available
To ensure your IT asset protection, Relus offers warranty options on all pre-owned and new surplus OEM equipment. All equipment includes a standard 1-year advanced parts replacement warranty at no charge, and we provide options to extend that warranty to fit your specific needs. If you’re looking for support that includes system monitoring, on-site engineering, or help desk support, we can provide third-party maintenance for the equipment we supply and even the existing equipment in your environment.
Rentals & Leasing
Looking for financial flexibility? Relus offers leasing and even rental equipment to cover temporary IT needs at a low cost. Rentals provide the most cost-effective solution to satisfying temporary hardware needs of less than one year. For terms beyond 12 months, we offer financing with both capital and operating lease options.
Scale-Out Storage & Hyperconverged
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